The real terrorists are people like Irgun and the Stern Gang.
In the early hours of the 12th of July, 1947, two British field security NCOs, Sergeants Paice and Martin, were held up by five armed members of Irgun and driven off to a secret hiding place. Three weeks later their bodies were found hanging from a eucalyptus tree…
By 1948 some 200 British Soldiers and 90 British policemen had been murdered by nationalist terrorist gangs such as Irgun…
The nationalist ‘fight’ was also extended to acts of terrorism in Britain and against British people and property in Europe.
The terrorist groups Irgun and the Stern Gang (known as Lehi in Hebrew) were active in Britain throughout the late 1940s.
It is a matter of record, for example, there were plans to crash an aircraft into the House of Commons, and to murder members of the British armed forces.
The British Embassy in Rome was bombed.
In November 1944 Lord Moyne was murdered by members of the Stern gang in Cairo and there are reliable reports of the existence of plans to assassinate Government Ministers, including the Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevan.
In 1946 a female agent of Irgun planted a bomb at the Colonial Office in London. According to Commander Leonard Burt of Special Branch this would have “blown the sort of hole that was blown in the King David Hotel”.
It was only by good fortune that a failure of the pocket-watch timer prevented detonation.
Another Irgun terrorist operating in Britain at the time was Monty Harris. Harris was sentenced to seven years imprisonment after being convicted of making thermite incendiary bombs on his premises at Gravel Street near Petticoat Lane. The use to which these devices were to be put was never established.
Tzipora Livni was Israel’s Minister of Foreign Affairs.
She is the daughter of Eitan Livni, born in Poland, and Sara Rosenberg, both of whom were members of the anti-British, Jewish terrorist organisation called Irgun.
Journalist Louis Heren (Media Lens Israel’s New Foreign Minister.) wrote in The Times, 11 February 1992:
“Eitan Livni was not a leader of a militant Jewish independence movement.
“The Irgun Zwai Leumi was a terrorist oganization, and a particularly nasty one.
“Even its defenders, who argued that the end could justify the means at decisive moments in history, were horrified by themassacre at Deir Yassin and the hanging of the British sergeants.”
Irgun killed British people.
In The New York Times, 5 February 2006, Steven Erlanger (Israel’s New Foreign Minister.) wrote:
“Tzipi Livni, 47, is … the daughter of Zionist guerrillas – terrorists in some eyes -who met in the Irgun, the underground organization that fought the British… and that blew up the British headquarters in the King David Hotel in 1946, killing 91 people.
Jewish terrorists bombed the King David Hotel, killing many British people.
“Her father, Eitan, was the Irgun’s head of operations, and on his gravestone is the map of greater Israel, extending over both sides of the Jordan River…
“She served in the army, becoming a lieutenant, and at the age of 22 began working for the Mossad, the intelligence service, where she stayed for four years.”
According to The Times Obituary, 5 February 1992:
“Eitan Livni was born Yerucham Bzozowitch in Gerodna, Poland, in 1919.
“On the night of April 2, 1944, a few dozen Jewish insurgents sabotaged railway stations and bridges along 25 miles of line in Palestine.
“They belonged to the Irgun group, headed by Menachem Begin, which had begun a campaign of violence against the British administration in Palestine at the beginning of that year…
“Livni… in August 1947 was dispatched by Begin to organise Irgun’s military activities against British targets in Europe…
“Following independence Livni became chairman of the Irgun veterans organisation but in the 1970s, as a result of pressure from Begin who was by this time the leader of the parliamentary opposition, he was elected a member of the Israeli Knesset.”
The Jews were prepared to use terrorism against Britain.
The Stern gang (Lehi) were Jewish terrorists. They tried to bomb the British Parliament.
In 1946 the British security services issued this warning:”Members of the Stern group are now being organised and are under training.It is expected that they will be sent to the United Kingdom to assassinate important members of his majesty’s government, particularly, Mr Bevin.”
In 1946 a number of bombs exploded in London and an attempt was made to drop on a bomb on the House of Commons from a hired plane.
The House of Commons was saved when French Police discovered members of the Stern Gang preparing to fly across the channel in a plane containing a large bomb.
In 1940, The Stern Gang (Lehi) proposed intervening in World War II on the side of Nazi Germany.